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Harrisonville Telephone Company

By on February 4, 2014 at 3:51 pm

Who We Are

Your neighbor. Your technology leader. Your best choice.

HTC_Cornerstone-Ad-1Among the 100 largest communications providers in the U. S. and fifth largest in Illinois, Harrisonville Telephone Company provides comprehensive communications services including telephone, Internet and the latest in digital TV. We offer key advantages for our customers: we’re local, we’re here when you need us; we’re cutting edge; and we continually deliver communication technologies as advanced as any in the nation and at affordable rates.

Progressive.

Our extensive product offerings include the pinpoint 911 accuracy of reliable local telephone service, a range of high- speed Internet options with speeds up to our ExpressNet Extreme 100 Mbps service and an IPTV network that delivers the absolute latest in television technology.

Local.

Stated simply, HTC is a progressive, local company. We take great pride in providing advanced telecommunication services, quality service delivery and installation, plus superior customer service. Most of the HTC staff lives in the communities that we serve. Whether you call, email, or we meet in your home or around town, we want you to know that we are committed to the best in support and a solid service lineup to our customers.

Community.

We have a long history in southwestern Illinois that dates back to 1896. We continually contribute to civic groups, organizations, schools and provide scholarships—every year. We believe our commitment makes our communities a better place to live, work and play. HTC strives to enhance and build local relationships. It’s our way of saying “Thank You” to residents and businesses in our serving area.

Whether you call or email us, you can always expect the best from HTC’s staff and products.

Call us at 939.6112!

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Teryn Schaefer

Teryn was born and raised in Waterloo, growing up watching local sports and Mon-Clair baseball. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri Journalism School and loves cheering on her Tigers any chance she gets.